Socioeconomic development in the context of Uruguay: a knowledge-based approach

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Duarte Alonso, A;

Purpose: The purpose of this exploratory study is to examine the relevance and impact of knowledge in the context of Uruguay’s present and future socioeconomic development through the lens of the knowledge-based theory of the firm (KBTF). Design/methodology/approach: Th... View more
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